Aaniin, Hello! My name is Beth McClelland (she/her) and I’m a settler living in Nogojiwanong/Peterborough. I’m excited to have recently joined TRACKS as the TRACKS Co-director, Partnership & Resource Development.
I studied public relations and music performance at Humber College, as well as volunteer management at Fleming College. Studying a hands-on educational pathway inspired my love for interactive learning. I find so much joy in spending time on the land, no matter what the season.
When I’m not at work, you’ll probably find me outdoors exploring trails and waterways or refereeing on local soccer fields. I’m also a
musician and value how the arts enable people to connect creatively and collaboratively.
Through a decade of volunteer and employment experience in the non-profit sector I’ve discovered I hold a strong passion for community building, story telling/listening, and advocating for youth wellness. I feel it’s incredibly meaningful that TRACKS empowers youth to explore connections to the land through a multi-eyed lens, and am truly thrilled for this new adventure with TRACKS.